Peter Pan Talk with Christmas Afternoon TeaMonday 10 December 2018 & Monday 7 January 2019 Talks
Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie premiered on 27th December 1904 in London’s West End. That play was a Christmas entertainment, but very different to the pantomime versions we most often see today, including this year’s spectacular Theatre Royal Panto.
Dr Lucie Sutherland, Assistant Professor in Drama at the University of Nottingham, takes us on a 100 year old tour of Peter Pan on the stage, exploring the ‘awfully big adventure’ of creating many different versions of this much-loved classic.
To accompany this fascinating talk we invite you to join us for a festive afternoon tea on our Dress Circle foyer. A perfect opportunity to come and relax after a hard day’s Christmas shopping. Your ticket cost include a sumptuous afternoon tea selection as well as the talk itself.
This event will take place in the Theatre Royal Dress Circle Foyer
Pauline Chase as Peter Pan, Duke of York’s Theatre London, 1906
Venue: Theatre Royal
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